Larapinta Trek

We had a wonderful time on our recent 8 day Larapinta Trek. The trip was made all the more enjoyable by the assistance of our guides Adrian and Craig. Their flexibility, steady temperaments, knowledge, friendship, experience, sense of humor and ability in the kitchen took all the difficulties out of our experience. Nothing was too much trouble, and everything that should have happened happened, and happened when it should have. They made the whole experience for us a simple walk in the bush. We could not reccommend them more highly.

Peter Surtees | St Ives, NSW
 
 

Three Capes Walk and Tasman Peninsula

The Three Capes Walk is an exciting addition to the Tasmanian walking 'must-do' list. A short 1 hour from the city of Hobart has you breathing in the invigorating coastal air of the pristine Tasman Peninsular. The stunning towering cliffs along this walk provide a permanent air of drama as you explore the peninsula over three days, including visits to Cape Raoul, Cape Pillar and Cape Hauy. This trip has some of the greatest day walks on the Island, such as Cape Raoul, a full day walk exploring 400 metre sea-cliffs, polygonal dolerite columns, and one of the worlds most famous big-wave surf breaks, Shipsterns Bluff. The Tasman Peninsula also offers World Heritage historic sites in the Port Arthur Penal Settlement as well as an award winning jet boat powered wildlife cruise, aboard the Tasman Island wilderness cruise.

Brief Itinerary

DAY 1 Depart Hobart, Walk Cape Hauy. Afternoon tour of Port Arthur Historic Site.
DAY 2 Walk Cape Raoul Track and Shipsterns Bluff
DAY 3 Tasman Island Cruise, return to Hobart

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Trip Code: TCW
Trip Grading: Introductory to Moderate
Duration:  3 days
Activities:  Cruising Day Walking
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Next Trip:  22 April 2017
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